Prefiled bills for the 2006 General Assembly include:

Thursday, January 5, 2006 | 12:00 a.m. CST; updated 5:35 p.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008


  • SB 597: Mandates health insurance coverage for morbid obesity.

    Sponsor: Rita Heard Days, D-St. Louis County

  • SB 634: Provides Medicaid benefits to all cancer patients.

    Sponsor: Pat Dougherty, D-St. Louis

  • SB 638: Requires notification of any radio frequency identification tag.

    Sponsor: Maida Coleman, D-St. Louis

  • SB 700: Removes references to male and female employees and requires equal pay for the same work regardless of gender.

    Sponsor: Joan Bray, D-St. Louis

  • SB 715: Eliminates the death penalty.

    Sponsor: Joan Bray, D-St. Louis

  • SB 716: Prohibits discrimination based upon a person’s sexual orientation.

    Sponsor: Joan Bray, D-St. Louis

  • SB 719: Prohibits political subdivisions from using photo radar or automated traffic control systems to enforce traffic laws.

    Sponsor: Jason Crowell, R-Cape Girardeau

  • SB 736: Allows public school districts to offer classes in which the Bible is taught.

    Sponsor: Jason Crowell, R-Cape Girardeau

  • SB 763: Prohibits grocery or convenience stores from selling individually packaged or refrigerated beer.

    Sponsor: Bill Alter, R-High Ridge


  • HB 973: Prohibits the withholding or withdrawal of nutrition or hydration for a patient without a specific written power of attorney granting the authority.

    Sponsor: Cynthia Davis, R-O’Fallon

  • HB 1026: Prohibits protest activities before or after funeral services.

    Sponsor: Martin Rucker, D-St. Joseph

  • HB 1027: Requires all motor fuel sold in Missouri for use in gas-powered vehicles to contain 90 percent gasoline and 10 percent fuel ethanol.

    Sponsor: Martin Rucker, D-St. Joseph

  • HB 1031: Creates the crime of leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle in the third degree.

    Sponsor: Kevin Threlkeld, R-Washington

  • HB 1055: Prohibits public school districts from administering any corporal punishment.

    Sponsor: Barbara Fraser, D-St. Louis

  • HB 1056: Creates new crimes of tampering with electronic monitoring equipment and aiding a sexual offender.

    Sponsor: Jeff Roorda, D-Barnhart

  • HB 1061: Requires residences and commercial businesses to display street addresses in a clearly visible and readable manner.

    Sponsor: Jane Cunningham, R-Chesterfield

  • HB 1114: Requires that the employees of all subcontractors awarded state contracts be citizens of the United States.

    Sponsor: Belinda Harris, D-Hillsboro

  • HB 1161: Revises the crime of making a terroristic threat, creates the crimes of threatening the use of a weapon of mass destruction and computer dissemination of information to promote a terrorist act.

    Sponsors: Kevin Wilson, R-Neosho

  • The summaries are prepared by the Research Staff of the Missouri House of Representatives and the Missouri State Senate and are used by permission.,

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